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STAT Logo The Alexander Technique Centre is a group of Alexander Technique teachers based in EC1, London. Our location at 202 City Road near Moorfields Eye Hospital makes it the ideal venue for people who work or live in Shoreditch and the City of London.

We specialise in teaching people to use their bodies - and themselves as a whole - more skilfully, so that they can lead more comfortable and productive lives.

Alexander Technique Introduction: Course with David Glassman

Group plus an individual session combined. Discover how the embodied awareness of the Alexander Technique can help with back and neck pain, stress, tension, posture, confidence, breathing and movement. This introductory three-week course is combined with a one-to-one follow-up session. We will cover the basic Alexander principles with plenty of practical demonstration and direct hands-on instruction.

It is suitable for people of all ages and backgrounds.

When: 3 Mondays from 6.30 to 8.00pm, plus one follow-up individual session to be arranged to take place within 14 days of the end of the course.

Start: Mon 22 Feb, 2016
End: Mon 7 Mar 2016

Cost: £70.00 per person

Venue: ATC, 202 City Road, London EC1V 2PH

The City Alexander Technique School (CityATS) for training as an Alexander teacher is also based at ATC. Please contact us if you are interested in training to be an Alexander teacher. Further information at -

Having laboured for years under the illusion that the Alexander Technique was something like Pilates, I was relieved to discover there are no pelvic core exercises, deep breathing or silly bits of rope. In fact, you don't do much at all apart from having bits of your body gently manipulated to loosen up, relax the muscles and help you feel taller. I learned to hold my head bent slightly forward and, bizarrely, seemed to feel my legs get longer.
Fiona Millar, The Guardian, July 2004

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